If you are running a WordPress site and looking ways to optimize your site in whichever possible way I bet you might have already come across the “Two Most Important WordPress Dashboard Tips We Ignore“, that I am going to show below.
This happened when I suddenly noticed –Site Health Status. Recently I was very concerned about the website performance of my other sites. So this notice from WordPress dashboard cached my attention
WordPress Dashboard showing site health Status
The sentence that said-but there are still some things you can do to improve its performance & security” made me more conscious to look into it and I clicked on Site Health screen to look further onto this. This is where I found two-Two Most Important WordPress Dashboard Tips We Ignore
First WordPress Dashboard tip that we often Ignore
How will you feel when suddenly on a cool morning you open up your laptop and visit your site and see everything broken up due to some issues with your current WordPress Theme? It might have auto-updated and the new update of your WordPress Theme might have caused this issue or it can be any other issues related to your currently installed theme. How will you feel? Will it shock you?
If you deleted all the additional WordPress default themes which were already installed on your site/blog thinking it could save you some server space or it could make your site load faster etc guess what? you didn’t give any chance to WordPress to automatically use the defaults theme when your sites current them ran into an issue.
So the first WordPress dashboard tip that we often Ignore is
“Have a default theme available“- most of us ignore this or don’t notice it. Think about it. Below am sharing an image that made me write this blog post.
Isn’t this a simple auto notification from WordPress that can cause us if we ignore it? Anyways, let’s look at the last and final auto WordPress dashboard health checkup notification that I wanted to share with you.
Final WordPress Dashboard tip that I wanted to show
How many plugins do you currently have installed on your WordPress site? And how many out of those are inactive right now? Have you deleted the inactive plugins? If not then you should. That’s the Final WordPress Dashboard tip that I wanted to show.
“Remove inactive plugins” notification is displayed on the WordPress Site health status page. Below I have shared the images of the WordPress dashboard displaying this “Remove inactive plugins and also the benefits of removing inactive plugin says- “Inactive plugins are tempting targets for attackers. If you’re not going to use a plugin, we recommend you remove it.”
So that’s it, folks! I hope you enjoyed the knowledge I shared with all of you regarding-Two Important WordPress site health status which I feel very crucial and that we ignore. Pls, feel free to share your thoughts in below comment section and do let me know which is the one most important auto-notification inside WordPress that you feel a majority of us ignore?